Goal: Brain and Body Optimization

Rehibilitation for Brain Injury Concussions - Rebound SportsMed

Post-Concussion Syndrome

Concussions are often referred to as “invisible injuries”, due to the fact that they often don’t show up on traditional imaging such as MRI and CT scans. As a result, they are often cleared by their medical provider for their injuries despite suffering from lingering symptoms indicating there is still an unresolved problem – setting them up for further potential injury.

Concussions and their debilitating effects have continued to receive increasing attention, particularly in adolescents due to the long-term consequences. More than 500,000 concussions are sustained annually by the 4.4 Million student-athletes who play football alone. With these alarming numbers it’s important for parents and students to understand that effective treatment options are available.

At Rebound SportsMed, we use cutting-edge diagnostics and laboratory testing to thoroughly assess the function of your nervous system to understand your injuries and what areas of the brain have been affected.

We then use a specialized, brain-based approach to address the neurological and musculoskeletal issues often associated with concussions – such as headaches, light and sound sensitivity, chronic pain, dizziness, brain fog, anxiety, impaired focus and academic performance.

Our approach focuses on rebuilding and improving brain function through non-invasive neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation therapies targeted at re-connecting and improving the efficiency of neural pathways to reduce the symptoms of concussion and improve overall performance.

Rehibilitation for Brain Injury from Concussions - Rebound SportsMed

Return To Play Following Concussion

Using best practices and state-of-the-art treatment protocols our Licensed Certified Athletic Trainers (AT/L) can determine when it is appropriate for your student athlete to return to competition.

Pre-Season Baseline Concussion Analysis

A pre-season baseline concussion analysis allows you to assess an athlete’s balance, spatial awareness, visual processing speed, and various other aspects of brain function, as well as for the presence of any previously undiagnosed concussion symptoms. Baseline testing helps health care professionals make comparisons through post injury testing and then aides them in determining when the athlete can safely resume playing sports.

Functional Release Therapy for Muscle & Soft-Tissue Pain - Rebound SportsMed

Vertigo & Dizziness

Vestibular Rehabilitation is the treatment of inner ear and balance disorders.  People with these disorders may experience vertigo, dizziness, visual disturbance, and/or imbalance.  We use modern and updated examination processes to aid in differential diagnosis of patients to develop individual therapy recovery plans.

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Persisten Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD)
  • Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS)
  • Visual Vertigo
  • Vestibular Migraine
  • Cervicogenic Dizziness

Traumatic Brain Injury

Using the latest in TBI research, we utilize cutting-edge therapies to improve physical and cognitive performance for individuals who have experienced traumatic brain injury.

  • Auto Accident Injury
  • Falls and Personal Injury
  • Assault / Domestic Violence
  • Hypoxic Brain Injury
  • Tumor / Post-Chemotherapy
  • Post-Stroke

Our approach uses neurological-based rehabilitation strategies aimed to manipulate the cells and connections of specific areas of the nervous system to retrain the brain and improve its efficiency.

Research shows that what your brain experiences can actually change both your brain’s physical structure and functional organization. This ability of the brain to change in structure and function – known as neuroplasticity – is foundational in helping our bodies recover from pain and injury.

At Rebound SportsMed, we utilize neuroplasticity to help your nervous system work more efficiently by making connections faster and more efficient.

Whiplash and neck injury treatment & recovery - Rebound SportsMed

Whiplash

Whiplash can occur after a car accident or sport incident where the head snaps forwards or backwards, causing damage to the structures in your neck, discs, ligaments, nerves or muscles.  Symptoms are tightening in your neck and shoulders, and pain after the incident.  However, it’s also common to have headaches, muscle spasms, and reduced range of motion.

With Functional Range Release therapy, we are focused primarily on the treatment of muscular tissue by means of soft tissue manipulation and/or stretching.